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"Twelve Oaks - John Wilkes owner. Anyone disturbing the place on this plantation will be prosecuded." Well, John Wilkes. It's a grand day you'll be having for the barbecue. So it seems, Gerald. But why isn't Mrs. O'Hara with you? She's after settling accounts
with the overseer. But she'll be along for the ball tonight. Welcome to Twelve Oaks, Mr. O'Hara. Thank you kindly, India. Your daughter's getting prettier every day, John. India, here are the O'Hara girls. We must greet them. I can't stand Scarlett. If you see the way she throws herself at Ashley.
Now, that's your brother's business. You must remember your duties as hostess. Good morning, girls. You're looking lovely. Good morning, Scarlett. Why, India Wilkes, what a lovely dress! Perfectly lovely, darling. I just can't take my eyes off it. Scarlett, honey You're looking mighty fine this morning.
Good morning, Miss Scarlett. Good morning. It's a pleasure to see you. Good morning. Howdy, Miss Scarlett. Ashley! Scarlett, my dear. I've been looking for you everywhere. I've got something I must tell you. Can't we go some place where it's quiet?
Yes, I'd like to, but I I have something to tell you, too. Something I hope you'll be glad to hear. But come say hello to my cousin Melanie, first. Oh, do we have to? She's been looking forward to seeing you again. Melanie! Here's Scarlett.
Scarlett! I'm so glad to see you again. Melanie Hamilton! What a surprise to run into you here. I hope you'll stay with us a few days at least. I hope I shall stay long enough for us to become real friends, Scarlett. I do so want us to be. We'll keep her here, won't we, Scarlett?
We'll just have to make the biggest fuss over her. If there's anybody knows how to give a girl a good time, it's Ashley. Though I expect our good times will seem silly to you because you're so serious. Oh, Scarlett, you have so much life. I've always admired you so. I wish I could be more like you. You mustn't flatter me, Melanie,
and say things you don't mean. Nobody could accuse Melanie of being insincere. Could they, my dear? Then she's not like you, is she, Ashley? Ashley never means a word he says to any girl. Oh, why, Charles Hamilton, you handsome old thing, you! But, oh, Miss O'Hara, I Was it kind to bring
your good-looking brother here just to break my poor, simple, country girl's heart? She never even noticed Charles before. Because he's your beau, she's after him like a hornet. Charles Hamilton, I want to eat barbecue with you. Mind you, don't go philandering with any other girl, 'cause I'm mighty jealous.
I won't, Miss O'Hara! I couldn't! I do declare, Frank Kennedy, if you don't look dashing with that new set of whiskers! Oh, thank you, Miss Scarlett. Charles and Rafe asked me to eat barbecue with them but I told them I couldn't because I promised you.
You needn't be so amused. Look at her! She's after your beau now! Oh, that's mighty flattering of you, Miss Scarlett. I'll see what I can do, Miss Scarlett. What's your sister so mad about? You sparking her beau? As if I couldn't get a better beau than that old maid in britches. Brent and Stuart Tarleton, you handsome
old things, you! No, you're not! I won't say that. I'm mad at you! What have we done? You haven't been near me all day. I wore this dress 'cause I thought you liked it. I was counting on eating barbecue with you two. Well, you are, Scarlett. Of course you are.
Oh, I never can make up my mind which of you two is the handsomer. I was awake all last night trying to figure it out. Cathleen, who's that? Who? That man looking at us and smiling. The nasty, dark one. My dear, don't you know? That's Rhett Butler. He's from Charleston.
He has the most terrible reputation. He looks as if he knows what I look like without my shimmy! Scarlett! Why, my dear, he isn't received! He spends a lot of time up North because his folks in Charleston won't even speak to him. He was expelled from West Point, he's so fast.
And then there's that business about that girl he wouldn't marry. Tell, tell! Well, he took her out buggy riding in the late afternoon without a chaperon! And then he refused to marry her! No, but she was ruined just the same. Ashley! Happy? So happy!
You seem to belong here as if it had all been imagined for you. I like to feel that I belong to the things you love. You love Twelve Oaks as I do. Yes, Ashley. I love it as as more than a house. It's a whole world that wants only to be graceful and beautiful.
It's so unaware that it may not last forever. You're afraid of what may happen if the war comes, aren't you? But we don't have to be afraid for us. No war can come into our world, Ashley. Whatever comes I'll love you, just as I do now until I die. Isn't this better than sitting at a table?
A girl hasn't got but two sides to her at a table. I'll go get her dessert. Here, she said me. Allow me, Miss O'Hara. I think I think Charles Hamilton may get it. Oh, thank you, Miss O'Hara! Thank you. Go get it.
Isn't he the luckiest? Miss O'Hara I love you. I don't guess I'm as hungry as I thought. Why do I have to take a nap? I'm not tired. Well-brought-up young ladies take naps at parties. It's high time you started behaving and acting like you was Miss Ellen's daughter. When we were at Saratoga I didn't notice
any Yankee girls taking naps. No, and you ain't gonna see no Yankee girls at the ball tonight, neither. How was Ashley today, Scarlett? He didn't seem to be paying much attention to you. You mind your own business! You'll be lucky not to lose old whisker-face Kennedy. You've liked Ashley for months!
Pa said that his engagement's gonna be announced tonight. That's all you know. Miss Scarlett! Miss Suellen! You all behave yourselves. Acting like poor white trash children! If you's old enough to go to parties, you's old enough to act like ladies. Who cares! We've borne enough insults
from the meddling Yankees. It's time we made them understand we'll keep our slaves with or without their approval. 'Twas Georgia's sovereign right to secede from the Union! That's right! The South must assert herself by force of arms. After we've fired on the Yankee rascals
at Fort Sumter, we've got to fight! There's no other way! Fight! That's right. Fight! Let the Yankees ask for peace! The situation is very simple. The Yankees can't fight and we can. There won't even be a battle. They'll just turn and run every time. One Southerner can lick 20 Yankees. We'll finish them in one battle.
Gentlemen can always fight better than rabble. Yes, gentlemen always can fight better than rabble. What does the captain of our troop say? Well, gentlemen, if Georgia fights, I go with her. But, like my father, I hope the Yankees will let us leave the Union in peace. But, Ashley
But, Ashley, they've insulted us! You can't mean you don't want war! Most of the miseries of the world were caused by wars. And when the wars were over no one ever knew what they were about. If it wasn't that I knew you Now, gentlemen, Mr. Butler's been up North, I hear. Don't you agree with us, Mr. Butler?
I think it's hard winning a war with words, gentlemen. What do you mean, sir? There's not a cannon factory in the whole South. What difference does that make to a gentleman? Lt'll make a great deal of difference to a great many gentlemen, sir. Are you hinting, Mr. Butler,
that the Yankees can lick us? No, I'm not hinting. I'm saying very plainly that the Yankees are better equipped than we. They've got factories, shipyards, coal mines and a fleet to bottle up our harbors and starve us to death. All we've got is cotton and slaves and arrogance.
That's treacherous! I refuse to listen to any renegade talk! I'm sorry if the truth offends you. Apologies aren't enough, sir! I hear you were turned out of West Point, Mr. Rhett Butler and you aren't received by any decent family in Charleston, not even your own! I apologize again for all my shortcomings. Perhaps you won't mind if I walk about
and look over your place. I seem to be spoiling everybody's brandy and cigars and dreams of victory. That's just about what you could expect from somebody like Rhett Butler. You did everything but call him out. He refused to fight. Not quite that, Charles. He refused to take advantage of you.
Take advantage of me? He's one of the best shots in the country, as he's proved several times against steadier hands and cooler heads. I'll show him! No, please. Don't go tweaking his nose anymore. You may be needed for more important fighting, Charles. Now, if you'll excuse me,
Mr. Butler is our guest. I think I'll just show him around. Ashley! Ashley! Scarlett. Who are you hiding from in here? What are you up to? Well, why aren't you upstairs resting with the other girls? What is this, Scarlett? A secret?
Oh, Ashley, Ashley I love you. Scarlett! I love you, I do! Well, isn't it enough that you've gathered every other man's heart today? You've always had mine. You cut your teeth on it. Oh, don't tease me now. Have I your heart, my darling?
I love you, I love you. You mustn't say such things. You'll hate me for hearing them. Oh, I could never hate you, and I know you must care about me. Oh, you do care, don't you? Yes I care. Oh, can't we go away and forget we ever said these things?
But how can we do that? Don't you want to marry me? I'm going to marry Melanie. But you can't. Not if you care for me. Oh, my dear, why must you make me say things that will hurt you? How can I make you understand? You're so young and unthinking. You don't know what marriage means. I know I love you
and I want to be your wife. You don't love Melanie. She's like me, Scarlett. She's part of my blood and we understand each other. But you love me. How could I help loving you? You have all the passion for life that I lack. That kind of love isn't enough for a successful marriage
for two people as different as we are. Well, why don't you say it, you coward? You're afraid to marry me. You'd rather live with that fool who can't speak except to say yes and no and raise a passel of mealy-mouthed brats just like her. You mustn't say such things about Melanie. Who are you to tell me I mustn't?
You led me on, you made me believe you wanted to marry me. Now, Scarlett, be fair. I never, at any time. You did, it's true you did! I'll hate you till I die! I can't think of anything bad enough to call you. Has the war started? Sir, you should have made
your presence known. In the middle of that beautiful love scene? That wouldn't have been very tactful, would it? But don't worry, your secret is safe with me. Sir, you are no gentleman! And you, miss, are no lady. Don't think I hold that against you. Ladies have never held any charm for me.
First you take a low, common advantage of me, then you insult me. I meant it as a compliment and I hope to see more of you when you're free of the spell of the elegant Mr. Wilkes. He doesn't strike me as half good enough for a girl of your What was it? Your passion for living. How dare you!
You aren't fit to wipe his boots. And you were going to hate him for the rest of your life.